Uber - Driver: Drive & Deliver 4+

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Uber Technologies, Inc.

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It’s your hustle.
Our flexibility. Your independence. Our security. Your business. Our support. Here’s why you should drive, deliver, and earn money with Uber.

Drive or deliver.
It’s up to you how you want to earn. No other app offers the same opportunities.

Earn on your terms.
Whether you want to use your bike or your car, you can make it work. Decide when, where, and how long you want to earn, while keeping your flexibility.

Plan a smarter schedule.
Exclusive app features like the Earnings Estimator can show you the busiest times to earn and keep a flexible schedule.

Work from anywhere.
Whether you’re in San Francisco, New York, or Austin, Uber is available in over 10,000 cities.

Make money in your free time, then cash out when you’re ready.
With Instant Pay, you can transfer your earnings up to 5 times a day.

Enjoy the Driver app with CarPlay
Accept trips, get turn-by-turn directions and earn with ease — all from your car’s screen.

Stay safer with safety standards.
We all play a role in helping keep each other safe. That’s why as part of our Door-to-Door Safety Standard, riders and drivers are required to wear a face cover or mask, even when vaccinated

Sign up is easy.
It only takes a few minutes to get started. Drive, deliver, and earn with Uber now.

*This app typically uses 2 GB of data per month. Using navigation can decrease your phone’s battery life.

What’s New

Version 4.465.10000

We update the Uber Driver app as often as possible to make it faster and more reliable for you. Here are a couple of the enhancements you'll find in the latest update:

- Bug fixes
- Localization improvements

Love the app? Rate us! Your feedback keeps the Uber Driver engine running.
Have a question? Tap Help in the Uber Driver app or visit help.uber.com.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
610.8K Ratings

610.8K Ratings

BossC0178 ,

Earn when you want!

I’ve been an Uber Eats driver for a few years now. The app is constantly updating to accommodate the new construction in the Tampa Bay Area, which is nice. If you don’t know your city well I would suggest routing your deliveries through Waze or another map app your phone offers. Uber def tries to stay on top of it but my biggest complaints are not being able to find a place and getting another order come through, which is a double edged complaint bc I’m grateful it’s another delivery but I may not want to accept it bc it’s in a bad part of town or too far for my time left. The other part is that I drive in circles looking for a location and if the customer doesn’t put specific delivery notes you will never figure out how to deliver. This should be a requirement for apartment complexes with secured entry or those who live in mother in law suites or duplexes.
Other than that this app has been a life saver when I needed extra money to supplement for gas, food, birthday gifts or unexpected necessities beyond my budget. I love the flexibility of being able to get off my 9-5 and turn on deliveries on the way home, do 5-10 and make some extra cash and go home!
The only other inconvenience would be that you don’t get your tips right away, they come within an hour of your delivery so all you hey up front is your delivery fee. But I get why they do that.

Joseph Derricott ,

Bugs

App has been a great filler for a part time job, and allows you to make money that is suitable for you. There are some bugs though, such as the acceptance feature of matching the driver to a delivery and duplicate deliveries. I had an order to pick up for an estimated 42 dollars, so naturally I was intrigued to see such a high delivery. It turned out that once arriving to the restaurant and waiting for the order almost 10 minutes, I was told that the order was already picked up by someone . This made me feel like I was cheated out of the order. In result, uber support gave me a 3 dollar incentive for my “patience and wait time”. I understand that I did not complete the pick up ,however, there should be higher accountability on their behalf for falsely matching me to an order that was already in progress of being delivered. I know the tip on the order was at least 33 dollars due to the short total of 10 miles. I am a new driver less than two weeks in on uber and I feel that as a new “employee” I was neglected. This is an amazing app if you want to boost your earnings without compromising full time work schedule. I’m glad they constantly update the app to improve the map quality and driver experience. I just wish my time and anticipation was worth more than 3 dollars …
Try it out with a reliable vehicle that you don’t mind driving for hours at a time or racking up miles. Once you gain a decent strategy and stick to it you’ll definitely see more good results.

JessKy973 ,

Uber faults

I worked for Uber all last year. And at first I thought they were a great company. I loved how they put my safety before anything. It was good money etc. but then people started scamming. Now I’m a female who worked my but off and would actually work in bad neighborhoods because that’s where the money was. But as you can finally see because it’s finally coming to the light for everyone to see how people scam. They would get the food delivered but yet they would call and say theu never received it and I got penalized and lost my job with Uber. I messed up and wouldn’t take pictures or get the codes just by pass it which was a huge mistake on my end but it’s not fair this is my income so I can support myself and kids. Now it’s finally coming to the light for everyone to see how people scam. I would work all hours through the night in some really bad neighborhoods just so I can make money and keep a roof over my head. They didn’t want to hear anything I had to say. Just took the customers word for it even though they had my gps and saw that I went to the address and all. Didn’t matter. People who scam don’t think about how it affects others all because they want a free meal. Very sad. Think twice before working for them. At least door dash has my back at all times.

App Privacy

The developer, Uber Technologies, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Purchases
  • Contact Info
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Other Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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